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this church, were quickly overwhelmed. the recovery effort is just beginning. the u.s. military is bringing in generators, as well as food and water. >> reporter: here in los angeles, a group called team rubicon, made up of mostly military veterans has just sent a crew of 15 to help in the relief effort. this is their operations center, where they have also been mapping out the damage in the philippines, to determine to go. >> we'll likely work ourselves out into the rural area. >> reporter: jake wood is leading team rubicon's efforts. >> they'll begin doing search and rescue efforts, as well as local triage. >> reporter: the group is already planning to send in a second team to deal with the overwhelming devastation. teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> you can help the victims of the philippines typhoon. catholic relief services is taking your donations now. call them at 1-877--help-crs. or go to their website, www.crs.org. >>> here in maryland, we are getting ready for our first taste of real winter-like weather. a bitter blast of arctic air, along with a chance of snow showers. just o
. >> the u.s. is part of those sending reley teams. alphonso van marsh. wjz eyewitness news. >> if you'd like to help, the red cross is one of the agencies taking donations. call 1-800-red cross, or go to their website, www.red cross.org. >>> another day of unseasonably cold temperatures. let's take a live look outside. multiple layers of clothing are a good idea for these people in hampden. this won't keep a few skateboarders from doing a few tricks. and there is no immediate need for these plows and salt trucks. just the city showing that it's ready when winter does arrive. we like to know they're ready. plenty of salt in the dome. a live look outside now. feels as if we've skipped the rest of november, jumped right into december and january. meteorologist tim williams is live in the first warning weather center with updated temperatures. >> good afternoon, everyone. you know, temperatures really are on the cool side, as mary mentioned. and there's not much difference today than yesterday. but certainly with that breeze coming in from the northwest, makes it feel so much colder. 27 now in o
are not chapels, but what happened in miami wouldn't too far. >> let me be perfectly clear. the use of racial epitaphs, derogatory language about the young man or his mother, by any stretch of the imagination is not to be condoned. >> earlier this week, incognito said he wants to clear his name. the dolphins' head coach says he and his team are focused on monday night's game against tampa bay. >>> dozens of accused bank gang members off the streets today. they announced scores of indictments. denise is in the newsroom now with more on those charges. >> reporter: well, kai, 48 members and associates of the black guerrilla family gang are indicted. greggregg bernstein laid out his case. he said the group terrorized them for year. he hopes this large indictment will bring the group down. >> rather than simply prosecuting one of the cases, this sweeping and indicting against bgf will dismantle and eliminate their organization. and as a result, help to make baltimore a safer city. >> reporter: the black guerrilla gang was founded on the west coast, but has become increasingly more popular in balti
>>> first, the typhoon. now a growing humanitarian crisis. >> they have shorted us food, tents, everything. >> reporter: the major disaster relief operation in the philippines. will it be enough? >> hi, everybody. i'm mary bubala. >> i'm kai jackson. here's what people are talking about. >> we are talking bay desperate situation in the philippines, as help for the survivors of the typhoon is slow to arrive. and there is chaos, when supplies are available. tina kraus reports for wjz, with the latest. >> reporter: the filipino military struggled to keep order at tacloban's airport. 800 people were evacuated in advance of the typhoon. and many of those who remain are now trying to get out. >> everything everything is gone. our houses. everything. there's nothing to eat, nothing to drink. >> reporter: the typhoon damaged or destroyed an estimated 23,000 homes, displacing more than 600,000 people. many of the dead remain unburied. this woman says rescuers have not come back in days and asks, why haven't they returned to recover the bodies? severe food and water shortages are adding
to see them. >> reporter: those injured in the disaster are being flown to the capital, manila. u.s. soldiers are on the ground. the uss george washington aircraft carrier has arrived in the region to help deliver relief to desperate victims. the storm left nearly 600,000 people homeless. security concerns are growing, as victims fight for food and shelter. a moment of happiness came inside a church in tacloban. a mother gave birth to her 8th child. a baby girl. the family says they may name her after the typhoon. known in the philippines as "yolanda." tina kraus, wjz eyewitness news. >> wow. those are the littlest things there, folks. if you would like to help, the red cross is one of the agencies taking donations. you can give them a call. 1-800-red cross. you can also go to the website, which is redcross.org. >>> a beautiful fall day across head -- maryland today. lots sun on this mild thursday. meteorologist tim williams is live at the inner harbor, with the wjz mobile weather lab. but we begin with bob turk, updating our conditions. bob? >> quite a hard day to decide what to we
jersey's largest shopping mall. >> this was something none of us saw coming. we're not sure what caused him to do this. we're all devastated. >>> six gunshots were fired before closing time at the garden state plaza. >> out of nowhere the guy walked past the front door and shooting shots in the air. >> employees and customers ran for their lives, others hid for hours until swat teams helped them evacuate. >> this cell phone video shows people as they made their way to safety. >> police came, escorted us out. we had to run out with our hands out, guns aimed at us. they checked us. crazy. >> authorities found shoop's bn in the back section of the mall. shoop had a history of drug dealing and drug abuse. >> he was definitely -- it could have been perhaps because of legal troubles he thought was coming down or general depression. >> after the shooting stopped authorities say they are relieved shop did not take any other lives. >> prosecutors say shoop left a letter at his new jersey home that mentioned his depression and said he thought the end was coming. >>> the latest on another shootin
travels edgier than it used to be. >> investigators say ciancia told them he acted alone. >> today for the first time we're hearing from someone who knowing paul ciancia. her voice and identity is disguised but she explains what the suspected gunman was doing in the days before the shooting. >> he asked one of the roommates if he could have a ride to the airport. he said he was going back home, his dad was sick and that he had to deal with family issues. he mentioned what day he had to leave. >> paul ciancia remains in critical condition. he's not yet able to speak with police. >>> the woman who arranged the cold-blooded execution of her husband will spend the rest of her life in prison. denise is live in the news room with the final chapter in murder-for-hire case. >> reporter: a judge sentenced karla porter to life in prison without the possibility of patrol. she hired a hit man to kill her husband, ray porter, at the towson gas station he owned with plans to make it look like a robbery gone wrong. her attorney said she was a victim of domestic abuse. roy porter's family denies t
and set up a triage area. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: cbs news reports, the suspect is in custody and wounded. >> reporter: we saw passengers milling around outside the airport, inside there, virtually on lockdown. l.a.x. is the third busiest airport in the u.s. you can imagine what a lojest cal nightmare this has back. live from los angeles internationalarity, i'm teri okita, back to you. >> hundreds witnessed the gun battle inside l.a.x. complete coverage continues with vic in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: as you can imagine, it was a terrifying scene for the hundreds of people in terminal 3. here's a live look at the scene right now. this is outside terminal 3, where the investigation continues. you see a number of ambulances are lined up there, in case they were ever needed. the gunman pulled out the assault rifle and began opening fire. one man describes exactly what he saw. >> there was a guy downstairs, started shooting. and one guy fell down. panic erupted and he was heading up through the security shack. >> so you were standi
was in that category for us. >> reporter: also today, a newspaper is reporting that dolphins coaches asked richie to go hard on martin, to toughen him up. >> the ravens talk about the issue of hazing in professional football. >>> college students, targeted in towson. and baltimore county police believe the same three men are responsible. denise is live in the newsroom with the latest on these crimes for us. denise? >> reporter: well, mary, a 20- year-old student, from goucher college, was assaulted and robbed by the three suspects monday night. this came less than 24 hours after a towson university student was robbed and stabbed in the same area, along burke avenue. that person is hospitalized, in serious condition right now. in both robberies, the victims' cell phones were stolen. because of the wave of recent robberies, police are urging students and residents to use caution while walking in the dark. and travel in groups. mary? >> denise, thank you. police are also stepping up patrols in the area. more on what towson university students are doing to keep safe. new at 5:00. >>> we now know the identi
wanted him to know, i was so hopeful that this plan would move us forward but in fact i think it's moving us backward. >> reporter: the president says his administration wasn't as clear as it needed to be about healthcare reform. >> we are going to get this done done. >> reporter: tara mergener, cbs news washington. >> the president denies that he deliberately mislead americans. >>> people are setting sail on this cruise ship now with a bit of a chilly start. i am sure it will be warm where they're going. i don't think many people are complaining on the ship. wjz has weather and traffic together. let's start with tim williams who is live near key highway with the wjz mobile weather lab. >> reporter: any cruise is a sweet one if you are leaving for some place warm. we are looking at temperatures around 50 now. the winds have been picking up in double digits across the area. this northwest wind has kept things chilly. we'll see these conditions through the weekend. it will stay breezy. the winds will die down. we keep that autumn feel, but into tomorrow expect that we'll continue to tap int
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